Is it the Power of “Pretty” Women Or the Goodness of Mankind? I was just cruising along in my Charger, headed to my doctor’s appointment, when my ride suddenly brought itself to a yielding halt on the interstate. I’m telling you, I almost died! I was doing my absolute best not to panic, but I couldn’t do… Continue reading Just A Damsel In Distress
6 Tips For Writing From Start To Finish These are essential tips that you will need to know if you enjoy producing creative work. I find these ideas to be a useful motivation for completing my writing projects: Complete Thought Use a post-it or a notepad to write down your thoughts in a complete sentence… Continue reading Why Write Short Stories?
1.) Start the story with a hook 2.) Determine conflict and resolution before writing the plot 3.) Determine narrator/Point of View/Person (first person/I, third person/ he or she) 4.) Tense (Present, Past) 5.) Start scene late or close to action Photo by "My Life Through A Lens" on Unsplash 6.) Establish important characters and setting in less than… Continue reading 21 Tips For Creative Writing
Reasons We Need To Be Reminded That Black Lives Matter Memorial Day is a holiday paying homage to the ones before us who’ve contributed to this world. It could be a family member who was a teacher and taught many people, a father, a grandmother, a man of honor and duty. This is a day we’re… Continue reading Memorial Day & George Floyd
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard of the best selling novel Little Fires Everywhere, written by Celeste Ng. I just recently read it since I’ve been in quarantine. One of the reasons, I’d tell you to read this book is because it’s now a somewhat-still-new-series on Hulu. As someone who’s read the book and watched… Continue reading Little Fires Everywhere: A False Impression of Perfectionism